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WSE Aims to Attract Innovative Companies
December 30, 2014   
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The Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) wants to become the market of first choice for companies in the region. In particular, it wants to attract innovative companies.

While taking the floor at the Warsaw Economic Hub conference, Paweł Tamborski, president of the Warsaw Stock Exchange, said, “I look forward to an upturn on the Warsaw trading floor in 2015. Poland is beginning to be viewed as a safe haven and I think investors and funds will increasingly think highly of companies listed on the WSE.”

WSE managers also hope that by 2020 the WSE will become an important participant in the trade in electricity in Europe. “While the financial market has already been parceled out, Warsaw can still vie for an important position in the energy sector,” said Tamborski. Another niche with potential that the WSE wants to enter is the market for innovative companies. “Besides, we are hoping that new Ukrainian companies will appear on the trading floor in Warsaw once the situation in Ukraine stabilizes,” said Tamborski.
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